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Traveling to Barcelona with 14 year old

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Planning a summer trip to Europe for about two weeks. Barcelona is a must (was thinking 5-6 six days there). This is a huge trip for us - and not sure when we will return to Europe. Our son has already done an enormous amount of research (with a current plan of 4 days in London, 3 days in Paris and 6-7 days in Barcelona). But we would like advice on whether we should skip London & Paris for now and just focus on Spain. If so, Madrid is a must & we would like other suggestions. Either way, we would like suggestions on must-sees in Barcelona and any other advice folks would like to share with our excited family! Morocco as a side trip?

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